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Things to do in Trinidad and Tobago
Crown Point - see corals at Buccoo Reef
A great way to see the corals and marine life at Buccoo Reef is from the comfort of a glass bottom boat. The reef is also close enough to the shore to be easily accessible to snorkellers. Three different species of turtle can frequently be found here, as can manta rays and the occasional shark. The reef was rated by Jacques Cousteau as the third best dive site in the world, although it has lost some of its quality due to over development in recent years.
Port of Spain - pick up a colourful bargain
Everyone likes a bargain, and there a many to be had when shopping in Port of Spain, as there are numerous shops and stalls in the town. Some International goods are available, but it tends to be local handicrafts that raise the most interest. The most popular being gold and silver products as well as Indian silks. For fun lovers and the more musical, why not consider purchasng your own set of calypso drums.
Port of Spain - explore the National Academy for the Performing Arts
The National Academy for the Performing Art in Port of Spain was opened in 2009. It has become the cultural centre of the country and one of it's aims is to develop and encourage, future aspiring artists. It is a modern looking structure, being built from steel and glass and resembles a Chaconia, the national flower of Trinidad and Tobago. It is particularly attractive and impressive, when lit up at night time.
Scarborough - see local arts at the Genesis Nature Park & Art Gallery
Converted from the home of the skilled, local artist Michael Spencer, the Genesis Nature Park and Art Gallery has quickly become a focal point of interest for aficionados of local art. Many of the paintings and sculptures are of local landscapes and fauna, and some are available for purchase. The nature park has examples of local fauna including snakes, monkeys and birds as well as reptiles, such as turtles and caimans.
Introduction of Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad & Tobago consists of two islands and is one of the most popular destinations with tourists from around the world who come to enjoy their holidays here year after year. After landing at one of the international airports like Piarco near the capital Port of Spain or in Crown Point, tourists make their way to their hotels in Trinidad & Tobago which come in the form of villas, beach huts, lodges and five star luxury retreats. To make the most of your time here, you can go on trips offered by Trinidad & Tobago hotels which take you to all the landmarks and attractions as well as the beach towns which are full of bars and restaurants for you to enjoy. If they want to break things up on this trip, tourists take ferries to other islands in the Caribbean and return to their hotels in Trinidad & Tobago when they are ready.